Circulating message claims that people can send Christmas cards to recovering soldiers in the UK via the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham.
Email purporting to be from the Bank of Montreal (BMO) claims that your card has not been enrolled in the bank’s new authentication service. It warns that you will not be able to use your card until you click a link to enrol.
Circulating message claims that a person tricked into paying $250 for the Neiman Marcus Cookie recipe is taking revenge against the company by distributing the recipe for free.
Circulating Facebook post claims that you can click to get two free tickets to fly anywhere courtesy of US-based airline JetBlue.
Message circulating on Facebook is supposedly addressed to someone who attempted to steal Christmas lights from the house of the person who posted the message but inadvertently left his or her phone behind while still logged into Facebook. The message suggests that people click a link to the thief’s Facebook profile in the hope that someone will know who it is.
Emails purporting to be from a domain name registration entity in China, warn that someone is applying to register a series of domain names based on the recipient’s brand name or existing domain name.
“Infringement Notice” email claims that you have received a fine for negligent driving and should click a link to view photo proof of the incident.
Email purporting to be from UK banking group HSBC claims that you must click a button to allow HSBC Safeguard to protect your account from financial crime and online fraud.
Message purporting to be from MoneyGram claims that the company is rewarding customers with prizes of $60,000 as a means of celebrating its 73rd Anniversary.
“Important message” purporting to be from Apple claims that the company has added security to your Apple ID and you must click a link to fill out a short questionnaire.